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REVERB 20h
Replying to @NRDC
Thanks for taking action!
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REVERB 21h
There is a 60-day comment period and several lawsuits planned. This isn't law. We can fight this. Sign the petition with , get involved.
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REVERB Dec 10
"Music is an important tool because it acts to bridge the divide between logic and emotion." We couldn't agree more.
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REVERB Dec 10
Walking the walk! Always awesome to see artists take steps to limit their environmental footprint on tours.
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REVERB Dec 7
Anyone have suggestions for climate change follows? Scientists, reporters, climate policy leaders... Who do you follow to stay up-to-date and informed?
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REVERB Dec 7
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REVERB Dec 7
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Mike Oja Dec 6
I was the lucky winner of this summer’s contest for the trip to the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary!
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REVERB Dec 7
That's incredible, Mike! Congrats! Your donation, and the donations of all the fans who participated, will really make a huge impact for the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary. Enjoy the trip!!! Send pics! 🐘🐘🐘
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REVERB Dec 6
Replying to @REVERB_org
It's great people are asking questions about the environmental impact of concert & tours! It's true, concerts have an impact on the environment, but there are lots of artists and fans that are working hard to reduce that impact and create positive change in the world.
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REVERB Dec 6
Our partner has been getting lots of questions about what does on their tours to reduce their environmental footprint. Check out the tour recap from this summer's tour to see the results:
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REVERB Dec 6
We also provide water stations and offer reusable bottles to fans (funds from which support nonprofits). Lots of stuff. Check out the results from last tour:
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REVERB Dec 6
We work with and their crew to reduce their tour's environmental footprint - every North American tour since 2005. As noted, we offset CO2, ensure recycling and compost at all shows backstage, biodiesel on vehicles, local food in catering, and more.
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Stefan Lessard Dec 6
It’s okay to question a tour’s footprint and what they do to offset that footprint, how conscientious the tour is about the footprint, and what we can do to make even less of a footprint no matter how small that footprint is 👣
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North Texas Food Bank Dec 6
The donation we received on behalf of , in partnership with , helped the North Texas Food Bank provide more than 60,300 nutritious meals to hungry North Texans! This donation will help tremendously in our mission to close the hunger gap in North Texas.
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REVERB Dec 6
Replying to @ntfb @Harry_Styles
We were so proud to help make tour more sustainable and host wonderful groups like at shows across the country in the Fan Action Village! Check out the full tour recap here:
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REVERB Dec 6
We were so proud to help make tour more sustainable and host wonderful groups like at shows across the country in the Fan Action Village! Check out the full tour recap here:
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Stefan Lessard Dec 6
Google it. We work with to offset our carbon footprint, started by planting trees in the rainforest back in the late 90’s and now we have many programs in place including biodiesel delivered to our busses. We are nothing compared to large scale industry.
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REVERB Dec 5
“I’m an optimist because of human nature. I think we have kind of reached the limit. When we are facing the limit, I think we need to come up with something more creative, more ambitious, stronger and bolder.” 👇👇👇
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REVERB Dec 5
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